WTNC update: schedule now correct!

  • Posted on: 8 April 2019
  • By: rcousine

So, here’s the now actually correct 2019 schedule for the beloved World Tuesday Night Championships, which has the right dates for SuperWeek, and thus the right dates of no racing:

WTNC 2019 schedule (corrected)

Some quick notes:

  • First race is April 30, and then most Tuesdays after that
  • No race during SuperWeek, no race after SuperWeek (it’s THAT super).
  • Last Tuesday Nighter will be a special event, as usual it will not count for points for the prestigious WTNC omnium.
  • Note the UBC schedule, with four races on select dates.
  • Complete details shortly on the WTNC page, but expect only minor changes from last year.

And while we have you here, the Good Friday Race will complete our Spring Classics Series on, uh, Good Friday. But we also have a Stage Race in May, and so the fun never stops!

We need DEVO Coaches!

  • Posted on: 10 March 2019
  • By: DEVO

Devo is one of Canada’s premiere youth cycling clubs, with over 70 athletes ages 10-18. Our club offers programs in road, mountain bike, cyclocross, and track. We strive to offer a fun, challenging, and supportive atmosphere for both our coaches and athletes. New kids keep an joining this year and we're in need of more coaching staff.

The Christmas Rides again!

  • Posted on: 17 December 2018
  • By: rcousine

Escape Velocity’s beloved toy ride is on! This Saturday, everybody’s favorite rolling fundraiser for the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau, several months after the Motorcycle Toy Run, because cyclists are tough like that.

Our good friends at Musette have a special deal for you: donate at least $20, you get free coffee at the start of the ride!

You can donate here:


The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau has been making Christmas happen for children in need since 1930, and is the longstanding charity partner for this ride.

-December 22nd, 0830-930 at Musette Caffé
-Ride will be a lap of the Park if it's gross, Iona if it's decent
-This will be an all-welcome, no-drop ride. If it’s large enough, it will break into groups based on ability and desired distance, but nobody gets left behind.